Monthly Archives: February 2013

Collaboration Leads to Advances: Why We Believe in a Dedicating a Forum for Radial Access

By Olivier Bertrand, MD We believe that there is a need for a dedicated forum where new and experienced radial operators can discuss current challenges, present new results, critically analyze literature data, and interact directly with the industry to develop … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Kissing Balloon Technique

In honor of Valentine’s Day, let’s review the kissing-balloon technique, a two-stent technique developed for dilating bifurcation lesions. Many variations of this double-stent technique have been developed for numerous unique anatomical situations depending primarily on the anatomy and clinical importance … Continue reading

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IAGS: Acute Stroke Intervention: Where Do We Stand?

Speaker:              Nick Hopkins Moderator:              Richard Gray Panelists:              Barry Katzen, Jiri Vitek What is available for acute stroke patient beyond thrombolysis? There are many gaps in the relatively new field of neuro-intervention, including an understanding of the physiology … Continue reading

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